Data Engineer (12 month FTC)
Abcam is looking for a Data Engineer (12 month fixed term contract) to join Abcam’s growing Data Engineering team. The Data Engineer will work on several upcoming data migrations from legacy systems into an ERP and a PIM system. They will be responsible for implementing technical solutions to business requirements in the migration and providing input on solution design.
The Data Engineering team is responsible for Abcam’s self-service BI stack, including a data warehouse and Tableau, as well as Abcam’s AWS data platform and data lake and several data migration projects.
- You will work on the design, build and support of our data migration stack.
- You will write performant, functional code whilst applying best practice.
- You will work closely with IT stakeholders including Data Scientists, Data Analysts, Architects, Infrastructure Engineers, Project Managers and Business Analysts.
- You will work closely with non-technical business stakeholders and communicate complex technical concepts in a way they can understand.
- You will keep abreast of developments in the world of Data Engineering and make recommendations about new technologies and ways of working.
- Essential skills include SQL, Data Warehouse, Oracle, ETL, Git, Data Architecture
- Desired skills include ODI, Python, Spark, AWS, APEX
- You will be proactive, seeking to resolve issues quickly.
- You will build strong relationships with IT stakeholders including Data Scientists, Data Analysts, Architects, Infrastructure Engineers, Project Managers and Business Analysts.
- You will be a team player who supports other team members as necessary to ensure success.
- You will be skilled in SQL. Experience of Oracle SQL would be beneficial.
- You will have experience designing and building Data Warehouses, and using ETL tools. You will preferably have worked with Oracle ODI before.
- You will be experienced in using Git and CI/CD tools for version control and code releases.
- Some background in life science would be beneficial, but is not essential.